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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Mac OS X compilation errors

From: StormsShadow Silverlight
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Mac OS X compilation errors
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 11:25:40 -0500

It's GCC version 3.3, Apple build 1809, and I'm pretty sure it's the
version provided by XCode (this dev environment was set up by another
and I can't speak to what they may or may not have compiled).


On 1/10/07, Michael Dickens <address@hidden> wrote:
Illix - I've never heard of this problem ... did you compile your own
GCC or are you using what's provided by XCode?  Which version are you
using?  This code hasn't been touched in 4 months, so hopefully it's
"just" GCC or your environment variables.  You can always go into the
file ( .../usrp/host/lib/circular_linked_list.h ) and change the
__INLINE__ to "#define __INLINE__" and see if that works.  If that
does, then it's an interpretation of "inline". - MLD

On Jan 10, 2007, at 5:28 PM, StormsShadow Silverlight wrote:
> Apologies if this issue has already been resolved - I couldn't find a
> mention of it on the wiki or in the list archives.  I'm compiling
> gnuradio-core on Mac OS 10.4.  I've downloaded all the dependencies
> successfully, but when I issue the "make" command the build faults on
> the file "circular_linked_list.h".
> The error is:
> In file included from fusb_darwin.h:32,
>                 from fusb_darwin.cc:33:
> circular_linked_list.h: In constructor `s_node<T>::s_node(s_node<T>*,
>   s_node<T>*)':
> circular_linked_list.h:51: error: parse error before `;' token
> My first thought was that this is somehow related to how different
> versions of g++ treat inline functions, but I wasn't sure.
> Has anyone else had this problem, and if so how did you fix it?

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